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Figure 2: Effect of the turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin), and rosemary blend (25 μg/mL) on gene expression of glutamate-cysteine ligase modifier subunit and heme oxygenase I in HepG2 cells after 4 h of treatment. Sulforaphane was used as positive control. (a) The gene expression of glutamate-cysteine ligase modifier subunit after treatment with the turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin), and rosemary blend and turmeric (2.8 μg/mL), quercetin (8.4 μg/mL) (quercetin), and rosemary (13.8 μg/mL) alone at the concentrations found in the 25 μg/mL turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin), and rosemary blend. (b) The gene expression of heme oxygenase I after treatment with turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin) and rosemary and its constituents as described above. **P ≤ 0.01 when compared to Unt control by ANOVA using GraphPad Prism 6.00. Sulf: Sulforaphane, Unt: Untreated cells

Figure 2: Effect of the turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin), and rosemary blend (25 μg/mL) on gene expression of glutamate-cysteine ligase modifier subunit and heme oxygenase I in HepG2 cells after 4 h of treatment. Sulforaphane was used as positive control. (a) The gene expression of glutamate-cysteine ligase modifier subunit after treatment with the turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin), and rosemary blend and turmeric (2.8 μg/mL), quercetin (8.4 μg/mL) (quercetin), and rosemary (13.8 μg/mL) alone at the concentrations found in the 25 μg/mL turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin), and rosemary blend. (b) The gene expression of heme oxygenase I after treatment with turmeric, pagoda tree seed pod (quercetin) and rosemary and its constituents as described above. **<i>P</i> ≤ 0.01 when compared to Unt control by ANOVA using GraphPad Prism 6.00. Sulf: Sulforaphane, Unt: Untreated cells